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LINGUINE WITH LEMON, GARLIC AND THYME MUSHROOMS

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This is one of my proudest creations and, I suppose, a good example of a recipe that isn't originally from Italy, but sits… Read on

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MELLOW MEATBALLS

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I buy organic beef mini meatballs from the supermarket, which makes this extremely easy to put together, and there'd be… Read on

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MEXICAN CHICKEN OR TURKEY SALAD WITH TOMATO AND BLACK BEAN SALSA

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This is the perfect recipe for using leftover chicken or turkey at any time. A jicama is sometimes known as a Mexican potato,… Read on

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CHOWDER WITH ASIAN FLAVOURS

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This is the perfect supper on those days when a knife and fork seem like just too much work. It's instantly comforting but… Read on

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CHICKEN SCHNITZEL WITH BACON AND WHITE WINE

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This is one of those fast and easy suppers that makes you - and whoever else is eating it - purr with delight. Read on

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STEAK SLICE WITH LEMON AND THYME

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The method is this: instead of marinating the meat before cooking, you marinate it after; it really does keep it extraordinarily… Read on

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IRISH CREAM TIRAMISU

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I've long been tinkering about with a bottle of Bailey's, seeing how it could best be called upon in the kitchen, and I… Read on

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MEXICAN HOT CHOCOLATE

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This is not the first of my Mexican hot chocolates, but I feel it will be my last. You can melt chunks of chocolate (as… Read on

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RAPID RAGU

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Much to my husband's horror, when I am feeling fragile and in need of cosiness and comfort, my favourite supper is a helping… Read on

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MARSHMALLOW CRISPY SQUARES

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You'd think this was designed to keep the children happy, and while that's OK with me, it is the adults who seem to find… Read on

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YELLOW SPLIT PEA AND FRANKFURTER SOUP

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The grainy liquid is hearty on its own, and the best way of soaking up excess alcohol lingering in the system. The frankfurters… Read on

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TOTALLY CHOCOLATE CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES

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Along with chocolate, there is much comfort to be gleaned from reading cookbooks. This recipe combines two loves by being… Read on

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SCALLOPS ON THE SHELL

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I can't quite believe how simple yet luscious these are. I prefer to get my scallops from the fishmonger for this, which… Read on

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CRISPY DUCK

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I've always thought one of the best ways to eat duck was as the Chinese do, but I had never thought it would be so easy… Read on

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SEAFOOD POT

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In France and Italy, and across much of Continental Europe, seafood is traditionally eaten on Christmas Eve and it is a… Read on